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Dr. Terry Lyles is the “Stress Doctor.” He has appeared on CNBC’s The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch and On The Money; NBC; ABC; USA Today; CNN, HLN, and FOX News. He was also in U.S. News & World Report as a Corporate Performance Enhancement and Life-Balance Specialist. He hosted a premier talk show sponsored by Success Magazine and was heard as the “Stress Doctor” in south Florida.

Dr. Lyles specializes in human performance under pressure through mind/body work-rest cycles. This unique technology of stress utilization has been used by companies such as DaimlerChrysler, Estee Lauder, Pfizer, Universal Studios, and Tommy Hilfiger. It has been quoted by many within these organizations as providing “a life-changing experience” and “the greatest stress management training I have ever seen.”

This technology is utilized by the military, special forces, the performing arts,  and professional athletes, including NASCAR’s Richard Petty Motorsports Team. Dr. Lyles’ book, Back to Utopia: Unwrapping Life’s First Gift, covers how stress, competition, and chaos can be harnessed to actually increase productivity and performance without causing undue hardship to the body.

It offers specific tools on how people can redirect negative stress into positive constructive energy. Redirecting the trauma of stress is at the heart of the training. Dr. Lyles used these techniques for hundreds of corporate and public safety workers in and around Ground Zero in New York following the 9/11 tragedy and in the Tsunami Rescue and Recovery effort.

TV Appearances:

  • Inside South Florida - Stress Much Less with Terry Lyles

  • Lifestyle expert Terry Lyles explains how to manage your energy for the holidays.

  • CNN's Don Lemon talks to Dr. Terry Lyles about soldiers coping with the strain of battle in Afghanistan.

  • Lifestyle expert Terry Lyles has tips for parents on raising kids in a world that is pervasive with phones and handheld devices.

  • As a part of your celebration during the Fourth of July, lifestyles expert Terry Lyles has ways you can thank veterans for their service.

  • Dr. Terry Lyles appears on MSNBC in the segment "Exhausted & Stressed Out".

  • Dr. Terry Lyles discusses the "Fire in the Hole" prank with Fox & Friends.

  • Dr. Lyles talks about stress management during natural disasters with Geraldo Rivera on Fox News.

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